THE Bay fans believe they have found out who killed Saif Rahman after uncovering HUGE clues in Wednesday night’s episode.
For the past few weeks, fans of the ITV drama have been trying to find out who brutally murdered the young aspiring boxer.
And after tonight’s episode, many people think they’ve solved the crime.
After Saif’s funeral, Erin Fischer went to her best friend Molly Williams’ house to see how she was.
Molly shared how she found it difficult to say goodbye to her boyfriend, but was rudely interrupted by her ex-brother Kyle to turn the music down.
When the little girl went downstairs to complain to her mother about her siblings, Erin accidentally dropped her phone on the floor and picked it up.
Erin was speechless when she found £2,000 hidden under her bed.
When she asked Molly why she had such a huge amount of cash, she said that Saif had asked her to keep it for him.
She was also very awkward when Erin gave her what she was going to do with it.
Now, viewers believe that Molly has something to do with Saif’s death after hiding money matters.
One person wrote on Twitter: “Don’t trust girlfriends #thebay.”
Another said: “I don’t trust his girlfriend #thebay.”
“The main suspect has changed to… Seth’s girlfriend,” a third said.
Last week’s viewer was bowing to ITV’s use of British Sign Language “phenomenon” in crime drama.
In this scene, student Jamal talks to DS Karen Hobson after the death of his brother Saif and how his family mistreated him because he was deaf.
“I don’t matter. They all ignore me. They think because I can’t hear I can’t hear,” he told the policewoman.
Many people rushed to social media to praise the scene.
One person wrote: “Great to see sign language so well used in The Bay”.
“The rendition of British Sign Language on the Gulf has been phenomenal. It’s amazing how much time they’ve invested in providing long scenes to portray it accurately on TV. The rendition has always been amazing. important, but perception is just as important,” a second added.
A third person tweeted: “Sign language is everything we need to see the future and something I would love to learn personally.”
The show’s third series debuted last month.
Police procedural series, set in Morecambe, detective sergeant Jenn Townsend tries to figure out a murder as a dead body floats in the bay.
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